Summary: I wasn't sure I would be able to successfully don this Centurion helmet, but after: reformatting my hard drive flashing my bios upgrading my ram to 2GB! cleaning out the dust fan and tumbleweeds reinstalling Windows XP installing Windows critical updates renewing my subscription to McAfee I was...
Summary: This game would have been amazing if were to be released 3 or 4 years ago, it has a very unique feel and great gameplay. At the state it's in now you really can't expect half as much.. If enjoy games with many crashes, bugs and memory leaks this game is topped with it.
Summary: This game has a unique setting. It's unfortunate that the setting is ALL that it has going for it. It is punishingly buggy and its mechanics and graphics are at least 4-5 years out of date for the MMO market.
Summary: There's a thread on the GnH forum speculating on the recent addition of so many (unexpected) favorable user reviews, and coming shortly after the company announced "aggressive new measures" designed to attract new users. Looks like it was Heatwave Employee day on Metacritic.
Summary: The game fits its niche well. I feel like the foundation is all there (solid gameplay), and the extra polish and content (presumably in the works) will make it a really great value in this space.
Summary: The unusual setting of ancient Rome is a welcome break from the traditional fantasy settings of most MMOs. I like the look of the game. So far the gameplay is pretty traditional for an MMO, but the minions and estate system bear promise.
Summary: This title doesn't include enough content at launch to justify its cost. I expect more than a week's worth of activities from a modern subscription-based MMO, especially one at this price point.
Summary: The launch content is woefully inadequate as you can finish the content in about a day of play, combine that with a swag of bugs, an endless list of missing/promised features that were supposed to be the games selling point and the fact it is just another fantasy MMO (but done badly), this game was...